Cancun Just three decades ago, Cancun was little more than an island, bordered bye the Caribbean Sea and the beautiful lagoon. Visionary investors dreamed up and ambitious tourism project, and proceeded to fill in parts of the lagoon, construct the two bridges that join the island to the mainland, and provide the necessary tourism infrastructure. Today Cancun has more than 26,000 hotel rooms. The most luxurious hotel chains play an important role in this resort destination, but there are also hotels of every type and price range, located both in the hotel zone and the center of the city. Cancun boasts a wide range of services and attractions, as well as restaurants excelling in cuisines and fusions from around the world, many recognized with international awards. The vibrant nightlife, with shows both inside and outside the hotels, and dance clubs with the latest lights, sounds and special effects has made Cancun famous. By day, popular activities include sun tanning or swimming at the white sand beaches, day trips to theme parks or archeological sites, land and water sports, and of course, shopping. The shopping malls and boutiques in the hotel zone and the city are filled with famous international brand names and excellent prices. Another market that has gained much ground in Cancun is that of business events, conferences, conventions, incentive trips and corporate meetings. For this type of traveler, there are convention centers, as well as meeting and boardrooms with multiple capacities located in most hotels. Many hotels offer office equipment, in-room internet connections, and any other facilities required. Cancun International Airport is the first in southwest to provide high-speed wireless internet connections and has made three explosive, full equipped lounges available for business-class passengers. To nurture the body and spirit, we have spas with the most sophisticated equipment and treatments available. There is also an interesting selection of golf courses designed by famous golfers, with more to open soon, bringing the total to 14 golf courses. In the very near future, Cancun will host the Formula 1 racing circle, as soon as construction is completed in the Mantarraya Autodrome. Cancun’s constant renovation makes it a leading tourist destination in Mexico. It continues reinventing itself season after season.